Went back to the garage last night and found out that I did indeed have two front pads on there so i swapped them out. I disassembled the other side and a couple springs were broken so I went ahead and bought new springs all around for the brakes....i know youre not supposed to re-use them. I was being cheap. but now I will just toss new springs all around in the back and everything will be fine! I painted everything and left it all disassembled until the new springs arrive on monday. Next step is going to be to make an adapter for the single pot to dual pot brake master cylinder mount and then its off to the races for plumbing and bleeding the rest of the brake system. then ill start in on the welding. I have been dragging my feet waiting for the temps to get warmer. I will be working with metal more when I am welding and that just sucks the cold out of your hands like crazy. thankfully the temps hover around freezing after mid next week. I will be able to get more done each time I go when its warmer. there's an upholstery/window shop at the end of my street and I have made friends with the guy that owns the joint. he's in his late 70's early 80's and has forgotten more than I will ever be able to know. He loves my dog so my fiancee goes and sees him with our dog at least once a week. Today I popped in to say hey. I am gonna try my hand at upholstering my own front seat on the truck....at least for now. BUT the good news is that he can cut flat glass windshields and he's more than happy to help me out with it so that will be great. I was worried I wouldn't be able to find a local spot, and I am glad its someone I "know" that can do it. to keep this entertaining....here's the car he's currently working on in his shop.